The Men Biden Invited to America
It Looks Like We Can Call Some January 6 Defendants Political Prisoners
Here Are the Charges the FBI Slapped a Reporter With Concerning His January...
BlackRock Admits Conservatives Are Eating Its Lunch Over ESG
Biden Arrests a Journalist
Illegal Guatemalan Migrants Convicted of Sexual Assault On Children Arrested In the US
Friends With Benefits: Why This Company Is Exempt From Gavin Newsom's $20 Minimum...
Arizona Federal Judge Rules Voters Must Prove Their U.S. Citizenship Status In Order...
Transcript of Hunter Biden Testimony Makes Eric Swalwell Look Like Even More of...
Footage Reveals the Third Pipe Bomb Camera Was Turned Away on J6
University of Florida Fires All DEI Staff
Cruz Introduces Legislation to Help With Another Border Crisis Consequence: Rise of 'Flyer...
Could Another Bright Blue State Actually Play a Role in 2024?
Schools in This Blue City Are Struggling to Accommodate Illegal Immigrants
Misrepresenting Gun Tracing to Smear a US Senator

Live From

Greetings from (the website, not the cable channel).  I'm on with Jane Hamsher who can be read at

We are scheduled to do another hit at 8:40 PM (ET). 
You can watch it here.

Here's my take on tonight:  McCain obviously needs to change the momentum -- and soon.  Tonight is the obvious opportunity for that.  But while a lot of people are saying he needs to hit a home run tonight, I don't think that's necessarily true. 

The best way I can explain my theory is to use sports as the metaphor.  Often it is not a homerun -- or a huge play -- that changes momentum.  Usually, there is some small thing -- a dropped ball in baseball -- a fumble in football -- that begins the process. 

McCain doesn't need to knock-out Obama tonight.  But he does need to get something started ...

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos